"Your guests tonight are veal tongue, coffee grounds, and gummy bears. There, make a show."
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This year's awards theme is "Sounds and the City," which will be all about the "enduring relationship between music and food."
The awards ceremony takes place on May 6.
"The Contessa was clearly my soul mate."
"The show was originally a lot more elaborate. It was set in a mansion, the host was a butler, and the butler held a Chihuahua."
Food Network host, cookbook author, James Beard Award winner and onetime Queer Eye culinary consultant Ted Allen is coming to Williams-Sonoma at Union Square on Tuesday, May 22, to sign copies of his new book In My Kitchen. He'll be...
Ex-Chicagoan outdoes Chicagoans at James Beard journalism awards.
With the threat of torrential thunderstorms looming overhead all weekend, everyone worried that Chicago Gourmet would get washed out this year. (We, on the other hand, hoped for a chef led mudslide to compete with the ones at Lollapalooza.) Instead,...
"It's the most satisfying meal you'll have all year."
Martial Noguier, Alpana Singh, and dozens of other Chicago culinary figures will take the stage.
Plus: The House passes new food-safety bill, and New York schools violate nutritional guidelines, all in our morning news roundup.
'Chef Abdoul cooks really personal, vibrant international food with lots of Senegalese and French notes; amazing stuff.'
'Chopped isn't a ripoff of Top Chef — it's a cheap, maddening ripoff of Top Chef.'
The former judge explains why he likes his new show better.
Ted Allen's new show finds him steering back into ‘Top Chef’ territory.
More 'Top Chef' talk from today's conference call. Turns out most of the season was shot in Brooklyn!